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Furthur Live at Bayfront Park Ampitheater on 2010-02-05

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Furthur Live at Bayfront Park Ampitheater on 2010-02-05

by Furthur

Set 1

1. Jam >
2. Born Cross-Eyed >
3. The Music Never Stopped
4. Ramble on Rose
5. The Golden Road to Unlimited Devotion
6. Dear Mr. Fantasy >
7. On the Road Again >
8. Franklin's Tower

Set 2

1. Jam >
2. Throwin' Stones >
3. Viola Lee Blues >
4. Mason's Children >
5. Viola Lee Blues
6. Good Lovin'
7. Terrapin Station
8. Shakedown Street
9. China Cat Sunflower >
10. I Know You Rider


1. Crowd > Donor Rap
2. Ripple

Collection Furthur
Band/Artist Furthur
Venue Bayfront Park Ampitheater
Location Miami, FL

Source schoeps ccm4 and neuman tm103 > edirol r44 (oade mod)
Lineage wav 4track > 2 (samplitude) > cdwaveditor > flac
Taped by marcus
Transferred by marcus


I had been hearing good things about this incarnation of what means so much to so many, and so, in the grotto of green nestled in the shadow of the tall sentinels, we sat, hopeful for our ears sake, and waiting for the deluge from the west.

Happily the music appeared, spending a lot of time in that zone we remember and still seek. The rain, too, appeared, but failed to dampen our spirits.

Born Cross-eyed opener? Terrapin > (nh) Shakedown China > Rider? Dear. Mr. Fantasy as the sky wept for our 9-fingered luminary?

It was all there. I was fortunate to be too. This show's for you. Its also for Scott Greenfield who forwent it to celebrate his mother's birthday.


Reviewer: doug_the_dude - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2014
Subject: --
Good, solid playing here from the first show of that tour, but they didn't really bust out, not truly....still, some highlights abound:

agreed re: the opening "been here before" line to start the show; Fantasy and the post-jam really do seal the first set. Second set: Mason's Children, Terrapin - as said, this is pretty good stuff.

I like John, but for me he gets uncomfortably too close to flat-out imitating Jerry on 'Rose' - there's at least one or two in every Furthur show that skate that line of what might be a simply unnecessary venture - John K., buddy, you got the chops, just branch out, ditch the obligatory Jerry midi solo, scrap those too-familiar vocal inflections, and do your own thing, man! You're a grade-A talent, so bring it!
Reviewer: David Zuckerman - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 30, 2010
Subject: Outstanding
I was very happy with this show, I was rail spider the whole time, on John's side, I did make it over to Phil's side but that was during the rain and some people just couldn't didn't have a clue. Lots of great pictures from this show, WHEEEEEE !!!!!!!!
Reviewer: SherpaDog - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 13, 2010
Subject: AMAZING!!!!!!
Sick show so much like the good old Grateful Dead sound. Thank you for still getting it on boys. But as for "Papa Deadtender" I love Phil and your right he never had good vocals but at least he never used to try singing lead other than on a rare one or two songs. And its NOT just like Donna, at least she had an amazing voice when singing the lyrics, Phils singing is only like Donna when Donna would go off on her crazy tangents tetracting from and yelling over great jams, Phils voice wasnt made for lead and I AM just happy to see him, but I'd be soooo much happier if he wouldnt sing lead. BTW Phil I love you brother and am a donor after hearing you speak about it @ a show yrs ago.
Reviewer: gregulator - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 7, 2010
Subject: good opener of tour
just love the midi horn/jam intro to born cross-eyed. John K on the midi, nice
and phil's voice is awesome, phil's days between was something specialIMO
Reviewer: neverstop66 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 17, 2010
Subject: buy the soundboard....
You won't be disappointed. What an amazing show! I couldn't believe how much this sounded like late seventies to early eighties Dead. JK was playing that fwubba wubba guitar just like ol' Jerry. Great stuff on Shakedown Street just to name one. I haven't got my groove on like that in 20 plus years. Its great to have achieved "that feeling" again. Go see some shows!
Reviewer: a1pun - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 17, 2010
Subject: Good take Papa D
It's all about the vibe. I can't believe, in the year 2010, we're even discussing new Dead shows at all. These guys are living history, a major contribution to late 20th C artistic and social culture, the likes of which we'll never see again probably. And they still KILL it, shot voices and all. Phil's borrowed liver is 10 years old, every show they play might be the last. So let's just enjoy and be grateful.
Reviewer: Papa deadtender - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 17, 2010
Subject: Is that why you went to shows??
This will be the first post from me on this forum, and I'm sure I will have those who disagree with those who are trashing Phil as far as his vocals....he never really had a good voice, but we (those who were there to enjoy the vibes and not as reviewers) didn't care!! I for one attended shows for the feeling of being one with the band. Yes, vocals are a huge part of what makes a song special, and there are some songs I can't imagine anyone singing other than Jerry (or Bobby), but IMHO I don't think Phil thinks he has a great (or even good) voice, but he puts his heart and soul into it, and that's good enough for me. To me, it's no different than what we had with Donna....I see and hear all the complaints about her, but she was good enough for the boys (for awhile anyway), so who are we to say the ruined the songs....she just added her part. Like I said, when I read the follow-ups to this post, I'm sure I'll be roasted, but please consider why you go to a show in the first it to hear great vocals (if so, you shouldn't have gone to ANY dead shows as none had great voices), or the joy they brought by singing to US!!!!
Reviewer: augustsdad - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 16, 2010
Subject: i gotta agree
said it on the other shows an i will go with it on this one-
Scarlet- i agree totally-
phil is great- i love him- but he takes great songs and makes them not so great-
no- this isnt jerry- and no they arent 'his' parts- but lets not act like it isnt right in front of our faces- JK sings th elight out over phils terrible, yes terrible vocals- i loved phil and friends, but stopped going to the shows because of the vocals- i mean, have you heard phil sing days between- sounds like the SNL version of Frankenstein, tonto and caveman singing-
JK is not here to replace jerry- aint gonna happen-
but why wouldnt they (bob and phil) want these songs to sound as good as they possibly could?

thanks to marcus- great stuff, as always!

totem wrote:
If you are referring to the "headlight" verse, it is a tribute to Jerry. I don't mean to sound disrespectful, but that is just a stupid comment to make IMO.

No soup for you!
wow- it must be lonely up on your tower of greatness and knowledge....
you did sound disrespectful-
Reviewer: ride_her_like_a_surfer - - February 15, 2010
Subject: "No Soup For You"
What is this Totem Scrotum the Soup Nazi ?? ; )
Reviewer: ShowLove_ShineLight - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 13, 2010
Subject: Magic In Miami
This show was so amazing, it's really hard to believe it was the first of the tour! Mind Blown. By the end of the show I literally felt like I had wings. I was 100% sober. Not even a beer or bowl...I brought a friend who had never heard any GD music. As the show ended, he was glowing, gave me a huge hug and said "Let's pick a city on tour and go see them!"

Doing Qi gong and dancing shirtless in the rain, right in front of phil's blue light, eye of horus does not get much sweeter than that.. Not to mention a few of my favorite tunes to end this raging show (Terrapin>Shakedown>China>Rider. WHAT?!) Place was in a magical frenzy, yet very at ease at the same time, for the last hour or so. Ripple too!

Crowd energy was great and loving. didn't see a single wook... Usually it's some good, some bad, this was all good from my perspective...Speaking of good, Bobby seems in much better shape than he was 2-3 years ago.

First time at the venue, first time seeing furthur. seen bobby, phil and the dead numerous times and the entire first set and the encore (aside from franklin) was made up of tunes I never saw live!

Just listen to phil in the rap. He's glowing from the performance!.."start of something big!...we dont come here often, after this we'll have to reconsider!"..That's for sure.. just next time make it a 2 or 3 night run, please. ;)

Furthur has got some serious magic going on. I loved what I saw from the dead this spring, and I love Warren Haynes. John is just a more natural fit. He was born to play this music.. With a wink and a familiar smile, LORD YOU CAN SEE THAT IT'S TRUE...John's not channeling Jerry. He's simply tapping into that same source and channeling that very divine essence that Jerry tapped into. The Cosmos, our hearts.. May the music always be pushed FURTHUR.
Reviewer: docta jonez - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 11, 2010
Subject: nice tour opener
Set one:
The born cross eyed was nice due to the "feel like i been here before" line, but the segue fizzled into a weird MSN with odd off-beat Bobby vocals that ruined any energy from the sweet opening choice
Ramble on Rose was an A+, john K in fine form on vox and the first of many large jams btwn JK and Jeff
Golden Road- SO much better than with Warren, the girls really add something to it too- nice vox again from JK
Sweet Mr Fantasy with JC goin between organ and grand, Weir really comping hard and Phil dropping 'em into a sweet segue into..
A really strange on the road again (the next night is better) some more odd Weir re-phrasing, the whole tune just died, but was picked up by a huge Franklins set closer with Phil doin what he could withe the vox (let JK sing this one too)
Set 2 opened with Weir doin a Gd classic the classic way, with much better results - no need to reinvent (or sing) the Wheel here bobby - this was a good Throwin, followed bya slinky jam jeading to a titanic Viola>Mason's>Viola: power Dead mode!, Really nice '70s style Good Lovin with good jam into an epic
Terrapin w/ JK nailing it, tough segue into a good Shakedown with big Phil bombs and a big China>Rider closeout that sounded like an old '69 Carousel Jam with JC really hammering organ underneath some heavy jamming.
Really solid start of tour in spite of blown seques and some tough Bobby choices in set one
Jk and JC have the start of a beautiful friendship
Reviewer: funkyNOLA - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 9, 2010
Subject: The boys are back!
I saw both the Miami and Orlando shows this past weekend and I was completely blown away....No question they exceeded my expectations and then some! Do not miss this band...They are playing with renewed energy and Kadlecik has really ramped these guys up...They are well rehearsed, tight, and the music is scary good....
Reviewer: soundtribe - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 8, 2010
Subject: Why Can't Jon just pretend to be Jerry ALL the time!
I'll have to assume scarlet fire is yet another fool that thinks the original members of the dead broke up dark star orchestra. So lets see, Jon would rather be an imitator his entire life than play with the people he imitates. Cha, right! Why isn't scarlet fire complaining about the bob wier tunes? They seem kinda slow to me, and outta tune. I know.... Let's get that imitator from dark star orchestra! You know, the one with the mutton chops, and the imitator pink guitar, and the imitator prancing! You should just continue to wank off to the current incarnation of dso, with the zen trickster's guitarist (by the way, the trickster guitarist let phil sing whatever the hell he wanted when he -guest starred- in phil and friends as well). That way everything will be imitated up to your level of satisfaction.
Reviewer: sambonk2 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 8, 2010
Subject: answer to question
to scarletfire....why is phil singing jons parts?,,,,REALLY>>>>>??He sang that in the fake he should sing it in this band....mmmmmmm....your joking right!

This band is just a grrat outfit,,,phil singing and all!!
Reviewer: Totem - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 8, 2010
Subject: Great Show, Great Recording
What a fun time and a great little venue! The band was ready to play and came out firing all cylinders with Born Cross-eyed. Sitting in the 5th row parked in front of Phil was lot's of fun and the place was cracklin' with energy, but there really is not a bad seat in the whole place. Such a good time with the band exceeding my expectations and seeing old and new friends!! All the smiles on the band's face are amazing, and these guys are definitely having as much fun playing as I am listening.

Highlights for me: Ramble on Rose, On the Road Again, Franklin's Tower, VIOLA LEE BLUES, Shakedown Street, China> Rider.

It's been too long since I enjoyed a Franklin's in the rain. Phil does a good job with it and I don't mind him singing as some others do. And watching him gaze out at us while in a jam was sweet. Viola Lee was hot! Terrapin was good but I'd like to see how the band develops it over time, especially the jam before the final verses. John has some big shoes to fill there. I was left missing Jerry's soul in that part, but hey, who wouldn't? John sang Terrapin again with Weir coming up with the last verses. It makes sense, there is a certain build up of energy in that song that John can't fill yet. Until that time, I think the band will continue to grow and meld in this and other regards. Nice China>Rider to close of the show. I heard them teasing that earlier and glad it made an appearance!

I was also at Orlando where the energy was through the roof, but I enjoyed the vibe in Miami better. Both were great shows though!

Go out and see these guys.

RE: Why does Phil sing John parts SCARLETFIRE421? SCARLETFIRE, the question is how many shows has John played with Phil? How can you say Phil is singing John parts? I think you are confusing John with Jerry. FYI, Jerry passed in 1995.....Phil is singing Phil parts until the arrangement changes. The last time the arrangements changed, there was no Jerry or John-there was PHIL. I know this sounds obvious, BUT........just sounds like more whining.

If you are referring to the "headlight" verse, it is a tribute to Jerry. I don't mean to sound disrespectful, but that is just a stupid comment to make IMO.

No soup for you!
Reviewer: wtp024 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 8, 2010
Subject: i loved this show
i was there... dancing in the rain on the lawn right by the railing, and the as some one else stated, the spinners were going crazy. the recording does not convey the real amount of energy that was there.
Reviewer: SCARLETFIRE421 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 8, 2010
Hey i love the band, John K. in particular but.......i was listening to the china rider at the end of the show, and Phil came in towards the end at what is normally one of my favorite parts, and ruined it. Why would you do that? I understand he is lucky to be alive and he pretty much founded the band. It sounded terrible tho. If i were John i would be wondering "why am i not singing right now?" "I did this in darkstar and we sounded great." Anyway the band is killer and great show.

One more time i was listening to the song darkstar at the new years eve shows and at the begining of the song Phil sang Johns part. I was looking forward to hearing that song. i really like it too but why? why phil why?

it seems selfish of Phil... just because Jerry isn't around dosent mean you can sing his parts.
Why did you hire John then?

Can anyone answer me intelligently? or agree...
Reviewer: ascheylus - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 8, 2010
Subject: Miami Rocked Out
For the people who weren't there and feel the show is slow and lacking energy, you obviously weren't there. This is the best post-Jerry show (out of 250+) I've been privileged to see. The spinners were going crazy. I want to see more reviews from people who were there dancing in the rain!!! Phil said "this could be the start of something BIG" because it was SOOOOOO obvious to everyone there that this show was a monster. John K is killing it. Of course this is DSO's loss, and that is sad, but it is our gain. This band can only get better & I can't wait til Ithaca this weekend!!!
Reviewer: richesin0131 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 7, 2010
Subject: We Are All So Blessed,,!!
Wow, What a nice couple shows this past weekend!!! I have a feeling this Winter Tour is gonna be hot..!!! I'm sure you will agree---and Us Heads From the West, we are truly Blessed....Thanks to the Tapers..!!! You guys are awesome .!!! Have a grateful winter Tour.!!!! And Thank You Furthur
Reviewer: parousia70 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 7, 2010
Subject: Best yet
This is the best show they have played (so far)
Reviewer: gojohnnygogo - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 7, 2010
Subject: finally
After nearly 15 years after ole Jerry's passing, they finally figured out how to bring the magic back. Energy levels on this show are over the top. JK's channeling Garcia. This recording is amazingly good for and audience recording. Hey Marcus did someone throw you a SB feed, it sure sounds like sb/matrix. If it's not then it's the best audience sourced recording I've ever heard.
Reviewer: Texhead73 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 7, 2010
Subject: Chimenti!
Wow! Jeff Chimenti just plain ROCKS on Ramble On. I just saw that last night's show from Orlando has been posted as well. Looks like I'm going to have a Grate Sunday morning! I have GOT to get to one of these shows. I'm pumped that I going to see Dark Star in Dallas in a month but I'm a little bummed John won't be in the line-up. Furthur is where it's at!
Reviewer: G. Ganter - favoritefavoritefavorite - February 7, 2010
Subject: good enough
I agree with Ian about the slow start here. I went to the Nokia runs and liked their freshness and uptempo delivery (although the Scarlet with Warren on 11-3-08 was one of the worst I've ever heard, his lead in Fire is the best non-Jerry Fire I've ever heard). But I'm queued up to see a few over this Feb tour and I expect they'll develop & grow nicely. The hour is still early for this band.

That Wallingford show last December was very very promising. A chick named Molly punched me in the face in the 24 degree parking lot and I didn't fully recover until Loose Lucy. But after that, I was in the groove and so was the music.
Reviewer: ianwalker - favoritefavorite - February 7, 2010
Subject: Furthur
I think that I must be missing something here......the band sound pretty good but the tempo on nearly all songs seems pretty slow and lethargic. Also I,m not too convinced by the "play it Jerry style" thing that John has going on. Sure he's a great musician and obvious DH but. Personally I thought Phil's band on 2007/8 were much more exciting, and there was no agenda to "sound like the Dead". Check out 2007.11.03 or 2007.11. 05 at the Nokia. I was at those shows and they really cooked, they made the music sound fresh again......
Reviewer: JeffFrank - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 7, 2010
Subject: Thanks for the quick upload
Sound quality is really good. Not boomy at all. The playing is amazing too. Anyone who still doubts this lineup needs to listen to this China>Rider. I got chills during the jam in the middle.
Reviewer: BobsShortShorts - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 7, 2010
Subject: OH YA!
Not too shabby if you ask me.....
Reviewer: rockitman - favoritefavorite - February 7, 2010
Subject: Sound Mix not so good
First off, thanks for posting the tape. One thing I notice is the sound mix...Lesh, JK, Chimenti are all loud and upfront. The drums and weir's guitar can hardly be heard. Too bad, perhaps the board will be better. In any event, Very interesting song selection and playing, albeit on the short side for show length. I give the show 4 stars, the recording (not a taper issue)...rather the sound mix 2 stars.
Reviewer: ChinaRider022474 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 7, 2010
Subject: For what it's worth...
Last night, for the first time in 20 years, I danced without ever looking at the stage. That's just about the highest compliment I can pay this band. The new badge may say "Furthur," but what's inside is nothing but Good Ol' Grateful Dead. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!
Reviewer: GratefulDred - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: Unbelievable
Thank you Marcus. This show is unbelievable. Couldn't be there, now I don't feel so bad. Bless you for this.
Reviewer: gooodvibin - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: great show... Thank a ton!
I checked the furthur site trying to find a setlist, and greatly hoped it would be on here soon. Didn't expect it to be upped so fast so thank you very much for this great recording
Reviewer: mid-maine - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: nice
great opening to the tour! phat jams. i hope these guys can sustain such energetic shows throughout the tour.

the little slipknot coda sandwiched between on the road again and franklin's demonstrates the nice touch these guys bring to this configuration. i agree with all positive superlatives thus far.
Reviewer: dciaramitarostar - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: john k
for all you haters out there this is the shit diggity , johns brought what no other whore could or ever will . just look at bobby and phils faces
GOOD ENERGY!!!no disrespect jimmy.
Reviewer: Lord Happy - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: So nice
Happy day,

For me this was sort of one of those dream couplings regarding the line-up. The 80's-90s had me at many shows and I paused for a few years AJ and went back in 2002. I've steadily seen 4-6 shows a year since and always wondered why this lineup didn't happen before. I am glad that it did.

There were some really great signature moments, but I think the thing I like best about shows is when one swears one hears a tune within a jam and upon further review, it wasn't there. I swear there was a Nobody's Fault jam after Fantasy, but having just listened to it, I am frightful for what I was thinking because it certainly isn't there now! And why the heck aren't the first 2 mins of the 2nd set referred to as a China Cat jam? Who decides when jams are titled, anyway? :-) They kept coming back to those licks before finally unveiling it.

Intermission went on for a very long time, but just as the chill and annoyance was setting in, they warmed everything up. This was also my very first show where there wasn't a D/S and that was pleasant.

I have no hope of comparing it to any other show from before or for those soon to come. Unless Bob Dylan's singing (ha), individual ambiance is probably the single-most important factor for determining the enjoyability of a show.

Y'all have a happy day and I'll see you, or someone looking a lot like you, at Hampton.

Reviewer: rickyFL - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: O.M.-F'in-G.!!!
I, too, had those reservations about seeing this incarnation of the band -- especially after hearing what I thought was a good, but somewhat lacadaisical NYE show -- but MAN! What a show! From the first 5 minutes of the opening jam, I knew they were firing on all cylinders. Check out this show! Catch this band on the road!!
Reviewer: fordfairway - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: Thank You!
A real big thank you to all the tapers, with out you we would all be reading set lists not hearing them. Just listened to the 1st set and i'm lovin' this, Fantasy is taken to playin' in the band levels. I'm always working on the road but I swear I WILL SEE THIS BAND!
Reviewer: kwaved - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: Thanks Marcus!
Glad you made it
Reviewer: oatwillie - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: Holy moly...they just keep getting better
Wow Wow Wow

I've seen every post Jerry incarnation of the GD, and it's time to stop debating this: John K is channeling Jerry in every way, often stronger and more consistent than Jerry.

Those of us who have been to these shows can attest to Jerry's great smile and twinkle in his eye while holding that celestial joint betwen his thumb and forefinger at every show.

We're lucky to be able to witness the flame being carried on high and proud, folks.

Great recording, and thanks for uploading so quickly.

ONWARD THRU THE FOG FRIENDS!....may this lineup of the band last for years to come!
Reviewer: Gr8fulTed - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: Crazy night in Miami
We spent all day on South Beach, hanging w the Colt and Saints fans in all the Super bowl hoopla. Isolated showers kept rolling in from the ocean, messing w our bloody marys. Finally got across the bridge to Bayfront and listened to a terrific soundcheck. The show was even better, w more rain and no GDTRFB....Kadlecik is real good. Definitely catch a show this winter.
Reviewer: phildarkside - - February 6, 2010
Subject: Go see this band!
I was on the fence about whether to see this band or not. Went last night with an open mind figuring I would have a good time no matter what.
this was hands down the BEST post GD Phil/Bobby collaboration I have seen. Really felt like a good old Grateful dead show in many ways. If you are wondering whether to go see Furthur, do yourself a favor and go! If it is half as good as this show you are in for a pleasant surprise.
thanks for taping this and posting it so quickly!
Great memories created at this show, and the music speaks for itself, the boys still have some magic in them yet!
Reviewer: Sugaree1 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 6, 2010
Subject: GDTRFB?
I swear I saw GDTRFB on the setlist this morning. Was it incorrect?
Reviewer: GregAtlanta - - February 6, 2010
Subject: FLAC Files...
Just for the sake of others new to the flac files, I graduated to WINAMP this morning, and I am enjoying this wonderful show. There it was first thing this morning...much appreciated!
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